Inyotef was the third king of the 11th Dynasty. He ruled Ancient Egypt from 2015 till 2007
BC. As any 11th Dynasty king, he took Thebes as the capitol for his throne. Inyotef kept all
the regions that his Theban predecessors left for him to rule. He defended the city of Abydos
from many Herakleopolitan assaults. Inyotef's name is inscribed in the mountains of Silsileh.
Queen Aoh was his main wife and the mother of his heir Montuhotep II. Inyotef's daughter
Neferu married his heir. The king had a second queen in his reign called Henite.